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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
What determines your reality is the identity that's powering it.
 
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Your identity is the engine behind the reality you get. What you believe determines the stories you tell, which determines the emotions you feel, which determines the blueprints you issue to the universe.
 
If your 'emotional home' (think of it like a 'default setting) is guilt, you will find (or create, if you have to) things to feel guilty about.
 
If your 'emotional home' is anger, you'll find (or create, if you have to) things to feel angry about.
 
If your 'emotional home' is gratitude, you'll find (or create, if you have to) things to feel grateful for.
 
And on and on it goes.
 
You may have a default setting from childhood that you haven't addressed with a coach yet. Tell me in the comments - what do you feel most often?
Scared?
Hopeless?
Broke?
Frustrated?
 
These are not your identity... unless you decide they are.
But if you've decided they are, and are not currently working with anyone to change it (indicating you've chosen to stay that way for a while yet) it's not really fair to complain about it.
 
Choosing what you want or what you don't want, are both choices.
Refusing to make a decision is still a decision.
 
What determines your reality is the identity you've either chosen or settled for.
 
So the next time you're trying to decide whether or not to invest in something, instead of asking 'can I afford it?' Try asking yourself 'am I being the person who gets what they want and need?'
 
Because the answer to that question is much less predictable and infinitely more valuable.
 
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xoxo
 
 
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Download the free e-books on how to change beliefs, how to take your power back, and how to overcome the setbacks of a sh1tty childhood on the resources page at:
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What determines your reality is the identity that's powering it.
 
***
 
Your identity is the engine behind the reality you get. What you believe determines the stories you tell, which determines the emotions you feel, which determines the blueprints you issue to the universe.
 
If your 'emotional home' (think of it like a 'default setting) is guilt, you will find (or create, if you have to) things to feel guilty about.
 
If your 'emotional home' is anger, you'll find (or create, if you have to) things to feel angry about.
 
If your 'emotional home' is gratitude, you'll find (or create, if you have to) things to feel grateful for.
 
And on and on it goes.
 
You may have a default setting from childhood that you haven't addressed with a coach yet. Tell me in the comments - what do you feel most often?
Scared?
Hopeless?
Broke?
Frustrated?
 
These are not your identity... unless you decide they are.
But if you've decided they are, and are not currently working with anyone to change it (indicating you've chosen to stay that way for a while yet) it's not really fair to complain about it.
 
Choosing what you want or what you don't want, are both choices.
Refusing to make a decision is still a decision.
 
What determines your reality is the identity you've either chosen or settled for.
 
So the next time you're trying to decide whether or not to invest in something, instead of asking 'can I afford it?' Try asking yourself 'am I being the person who gets what they want and need?'
 
Because the answer to that question is much less predictable and infinitely more valuable.
 
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xoxo
 
 
***
 
Download the free e-books on how to change beliefs, how to take your power back, and how to overcome the setbacks of a sh1tty childhood on the resources page at:
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Reposted Sarah Reilly's article.
Something very important to remember:
'This too shall pass.'
 
Often, when we are in the midst of something upsetting or wildly outside our norm or just plain difficult... Our brain can get stuck on 'survival' mode.
The main reason this doesn't serve you, is that as per above, this IS going to pass, and if you spent the whole time battling an anxiety response, where and HOW will you be at the end of it?
 
At some point, we WILL come out the other side of this current crisis, and things will return to (a somewhat different) 'normal'.
 
Sinking into the panic right now is not akin to 'being safe' or 'preparing' or 'being realistic'. Panicking is just panicking. It's a fruitless freak-out that makes you feel like you're 'doing' because you're very busy going around in circles, but you're really just flooding yourself with cortisol, which will feck up your sleep quality and assist you in gaining weight.
 
So let's get to the 'recommendation' and 'helpful solution' part ?
 
You have been given the gifts of time and a break in your routine. You have been forcibly removed from the 'life' that was slipping by in a haze of hamster-wheel, and been pushed into the abyss of 'don't know what to do', which opens the doors to the truth: that you can do, be and have... ANYTHING.
 
Pain is not meant to make us suffer: it's designed to facilitate change. As survival-oriented creatures that naturally seek safety via familiarity, we do not move unless we are sufficiently uncomfortable.
 
IS THIS UNCOMFORTABLE ENOUGH FOR YOU?
 
Good.
 
So... Now that you've been unceremoniously shunted out of your old BS... What new stuff do you want to be into / creating / moving towards / learning / doing when the lockdown ends and the world is open to you again?
 
If your answer is 'not the same old crap', then I HIGHLY recommend taking this time to get the old programming that caused that stuff out into the light, and updated with the coding you need to live all your dreams.
 
You used to say you didn't have time, now you have tons.
You said you were too busy with work.. now many of you have none.
You said your current situation was too 'safe' to risk, well now it's gone. Guess it wasn't so 'safe' after all.
 
You (energetically) communicated that you wanted change, but weren't prepared to shift without a monumental boot in the a55.
Let's all give Covid-19 a standing ovation for the size of that boot.
 
Are you going to come out of lockdown stronger, healthier, and with a monumental vision and all the tools to achieve it?
Or are you coming out exhausted, lethargic and anxious?
 
If you would prefer the first one, you can apply for my 'deprogramming special' via the Work With Me page at sarahreillycoaching.com
 
 
See you soon ?
 
 
 
 

 

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Something very important to remember:
'This too shall pass.'
 
Often, when we are in the midst of something upsetting or wildly outside our norm or just plain difficult... Our brain can get stuck on 'survival' mode.
The main reason this doesn't serve you, is that as per above, this IS going to pass, and if you spent the whole time battling an anxiety response, where and HOW will you be at the end of it?
 
At some point, we WILL come out the other side of this current crisis, and things will return to (a somewhat different) 'normal'.
 
Sinking into the panic right now is not akin to 'being safe' or 'preparing' or 'being realistic'. Panicking is just panicking. It's a fruitless freak-out that makes you feel like you're 'doing' because you're very busy going around in circles, but you're really just flooding yourself with cortisol, which will feck up your sleep quality and assist you in gaining weight.
 
So let's get to the 'recommendation' and 'helpful solution' part ?
 
You have been given the gifts of time and a break in your routine. You have been forcibly removed from the 'life' that was slipping by in a haze of hamster-wheel, and been pushed into the abyss of 'don't know what to do', which opens the doors to the truth: that you can do, be and have... ANYTHING.
 
Pain is not meant to make us suffer: it's designed to facilitate change. As survival-oriented creatures that naturally seek safety via familiarity, we do not move unless we are sufficiently uncomfortable.
 
IS THIS UNCOMFORTABLE ENOUGH FOR YOU?
 
Good.
 
So... Now that you've been unceremoniously shunted out of your old BS... What new stuff do you want to be into / creating / moving towards / learning / doing when the lockdown ends and the world is open to you again?
 
If your answer is 'not the same old crap', then I HIGHLY recommend taking this time to get the old programming that caused that stuff out into the light, and updated with the coding you need to live all your dreams.
 
You used to say you didn't have time, now you have tons.
You said you were too busy with work.. now many of you have none.
You said your current situation was too 'safe' to risk, well now it's gone. Guess it wasn't so 'safe' after all.
 
You (energetically) communicated that you wanted change, but weren't prepared to shift without a monumental boot in the a55.
Let's all give Covid-19 a standing ovation for the size of that boot.
 
Are you going to come out of lockdown stronger, healthier, and with a monumental vision and all the tools to achieve it?
Or are you coming out exhausted, lethargic and anxious?
 
If you would prefer the first one, you can apply for my 'deprogramming special' via the Work With Me page at sarahreillycoaching.com
 
 
See you soon ?
 
 
 
 

 

Hey lovelies!
 
I was recently offering my 2c on a post about how we treat service providers during this shutdown period and it highlighted to me that I actually have some firm thoughts on the energy and etiquette behind how we handle ourselves and our relationships during this quaran-tastic time...
 
 
So here you are!
 
 
 
Huge yeses:
 
-get up in the morning and shower. Move your body even if it's just stretching. Do your darnedest to accommodate your usual rhythms - this time is already hard on our physical state without trashing ALL the routines that help us feel grounded and stable.
 
-get super conscious of the emotional eating... Eating out of boredom counts. Find things to distract yourself or keep your hands busy with hot tea. I read that warm liquids wash bacteria into the stomach before it gets a chance to migrate down to the respiratory area: bonus!
 
-There will have been many things (over the years) that you said you wanted to do but didn't have time. Read your book collection, get into meditation, start a yoga practice, learn to handstand, discover shakespeare, paint a feature wall, learn to knit, reach out to long lost friends, learn to bake, take up running, do the splits etc. NOW is your time. And if you still don't want to do those things, here's a shift for ya: You never did. But you have a habit of making time your excuse. Note that down and ban yourself from ever using that excuse again. See what taking away that safety net does for your life going forward ?
 
 
Mammoth NOs
 
-Cancelling everything and everyone. This includes fighting over store credits, unsubscribing from services, unfollowing from all your mailing lists. 
We won't be on lockdown forever, and people will remember how you acted when all of this is resolved. The small businesses you used to frequent will be trying to stay open by offering their services in different ways (e.g. the yoga studio in my building is streaming their classes online) and if you want your favourite vendors to still be in business when the lockdown ends, you need to try your hardest to support them now. 
If financial support is beyond you at this time, I invite you to consider spending a few minutes a day liking, commenting and sharing their social media posts. This helps their services get the reach required to find new customers that can afford to support them. 
My favourite new catchphrase: "If you can't give $20, give 20 seconds instead."
 
-Thinking stress and worry are 'tasks' and contribute to your preparedness or action-taking. They're not. They're an old evolutionary quirk from the times when spotting a problem or a predator before it spotted you improved your chances of escaping/surviving. Fabricating catastrophes that aren't actually happening in your house right now so that you can spend a few hours panicking and then feel like you're 'doing' something about the uncertainty is a waste of time and damaging to your health. Anxiety happens when your brain goes into a negative fabricated future and your body can't follow. Bring your mind back to right now. Look around, and find all the evidence of how blessed you could feel if you wanted to.
 
-Dumping all your anger and frustration on people just because we're feeling stressed and destabilized. 
EVERYONE has lost an aspect of their life during this upheaval and we are all experiencing various levels of grief, fear, loss and confusion. If you can't be kind from empathy, you should know that as little as 5mins of rage can suppress your immune system for up to 6hrs. So if you won't do it for them, do it for yourself. 
If you're not capable of basic emotional control, feel free to contact me about coaching. Managing your state is necessary for directed manifestation so you really can't afford to be without it. I've been teaching emotional mgmt. and reality manipulation for years now - I got you. 
 
 
 
Hope that was of interest or helpful in some small way!
 
Love you all,
See you online ?
xoxo
Sarah 
 
 
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PS - wanting more content to pass the time? My resources page has downloadable self-paced courses and a ton of free e-books to get you moving in the direction of your dreams. Check it out here:

 

**A word about MANIFESTING in this current quarantine environment.**
 
Something that it's important to me to clear up, is that 'manifestation' is not like a magic trick where you think of something and it appears.
 
It's redundant to say 'I manifested this' or 'I manifested that' because manifestation as a term does not refer to isolated items that you can argue over. The term refers to the phenomenon whereby your entire projected reality is a reflection of your perceived identity and the emotional state you embody.
 
We are creating, in real time, a world that supports and reinforces our emotional state.
Thus:
 
Someone who diverts to frustration or anger as their 'emotional home', will create in their world things to be angry or frustrated about.
 
It would be superfluous and misleading (and obvious) to say 'I manifested that expense' because your entire world is a live manifestation. If you consider yourself to be broke and struggling, then yes, your reality will be full of expenses because they're necessary to maintain and reinforce that identity.
 
This is why good manifestation trainers don't just tell you what affirmations to say; they dig into who your nervous system thinks you are, and trains you on how to modify your coding and the associated emotional response.
Without those components, you can say affirmations until you're blue in the face and very little will change.
 
Have you ever said to your coach 'yeah but I just don't *believe* it!'
 
That's because you are trying to make change at the level of behaviour, without disabling the engine that's powering the whole structure.
You have to change the beliefs in order to change the emotions in order to change the reality... but the beliefs exist to protect underlying systems that your nervous system believes you need to survive. Therefore, it's not going to just change them on a whim...
 
If you're not prepared to change who you believe yourself to be at a fundamental level, you will struggle to 'manifest' massive change in your life.
 
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If that was helpful at all, let me know! If you're confused, feel free to drop a question and I'll help you out.
 
And if you'd prefer to learn about your coding and how to really get moving on your manifestation, I recommend this course:
Practical Manifestation.
Yes it gives you the how, but as I said above, the how is only relevant if your nervous system is on board, so the course includes deep work to uncover the coding that may be getting in your way.
Peep all the info here:

 

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'My therapist said that understanding it was the hardest part, but understanding it didn't change anything...'
 
Does that statement resonate with you at all? Have you done the work to 'understand' what you went through and how it affected you but understanding hasn't changed anything?
 
Well hello and welcome to another segment of 'wonderful things clients say to me that I immediately want to write a whole blog about'.
 
The 'aha' moment people experience in coaching sessions (or as I call it, the 'theatrics' of coaching) is NECESSARY to progress, but it is NOT the hard part.
Having the realization about why you've done everything you've ever done is obviously critical to understanding how and where to make change, but it doesn't do the work for you.
 
Yes it's mind-blowing, yes it's dramatic, yes you're sobbing and yes the clarity is confronting as all hell. It is absolutely an 'experience'...
But to repeat myself: that experience doesn't do the work for you. After the realization, comes the actual work.
 
Once you know about your programming, you can change it.
Change is the bit that takes a supported approach.
 
You're going to be doing things your neural receptors aren't wired for and it will be uncomfortable.
That's why coaching incorporates both the 'aha' part, and the 'support and strategy' part.
You will need assistance and accountability to make sustainable change, which is why coaches work with you for a few months, rather than just a couple hours. In an hour (often less) you can get the breakthrough.
But in 12weeks you can get a whole new life.
 
Curious? Apply for a complimentary session with me today over at sarahreillycoaching.com
 
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xo
 
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'I went to the Zen Pizza shop the other day. They said my pizza was $12.99 but when I gave them a $20 they kept it. I asked where my change was and they said 'Change.... must come from within....'
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